School is out and summer camp is expensive. So try these free activities that will keep the kids out of the house and entertain them for free.
July 4th is celebrated throughout the United States as the day we gained our independence. Some cities, like Miami, have multiple fireworks shows in various parts of the city, so plan an afternoon of fun and enjoy the fireworks at any one of the venues in South Florida.
Looking for a family friendly activity this summer? Then check out the Miami Seaquarium. Enjoy seeing manatees, sea otters, sea turtles, dolphins, stingrays, and many other marine animals. There is something for everyone at the Seaquarium. Guests can simply walk the park on their own and take in some of the special shows. Adventurous guests can take a Dolphin Odyssey adventure or swim with the seals.
Ideal weather conditions make South Florida one of the top horseback riding spots in the country. Thus, there’s no shortage of options to explore for riders of all skill levels.
Extreme sports have been a part of an American subculture with an unfair stigma, however, names like Tony Hawk and Tom Dugan have helped change that perception. Today, skateboarders, BMX riders and scootering aficionados all have an avenue to practice what they love without breaking the law.
Summer in South Florida can be very hot, sometimes hitting triple digits. While humans flock to the beach or local pools, animals can’t go to the beach all of the time. Pets are also not welcome in public swimming pools. So what does an owner do to help their pet stay cool during the summer? Sara Beg, and ER Veterinarian at Knowles Animal Clinic’s Snapper Creek location shares some helpful tips for keeping dogs and cats cool in south Florida’s hot summer season.
Being fit is important for parents of young children. Little ones are full of energy and demand a lot of supervision. To keep up with the young ones, a parent needs to stay in good shape. Finding a fitness center that provides day care is difficult. Check out these five fitness centers and you’re sure to find one that will fit your needs.
Looking for a place to have your picnic for National Picnic Day? We’ve got five locations that offer stunning views and palatial estates all for under $15 bucks.
Are you looking for a fun, safe place for the little ones to work out some energy? There are hundreds of parks in the greater Miami-Dade and Broward Counties. There are both outdoor and indoor playgrounds for use when the Florida weather is wet or chilly. While indoor playgrounds are more structured and costly outdoor playgrounds allow for more imaginative play.
For those who live in the Miami area or who don’t want to join the party scene, Alejandra Campins, at Travel by Cami in Miami, gives five spring break staycation activities for folks in the Miami area.